FilmIndia will present the film Indiewine’s first Indian film in 2019 at the upcoming Bollywood film festival, and will be presenting three films in 2018 and 2019 at several international festivals including Cannes, the Venice Biennale, and the Venice Film Festival.
The first film is a documentary about a group of people who come to India for the festival, called “A Journey Through the Sundarbans,” to celebrate their arrival.
The documentary was filmed in 2015 and is being released on Netflix in November.
The second film is “Indians on the Land: A Journey Through The Sundarbas,” which is based on a novel by a journalist.
The story is set in the Bhattaar region of India.
The third film is called “Indian Film: India’s Next Generation,” and is based off of a book about Indian film makers.
In 2017, FilmIndias director Sushil Mehta, who is also the film producer and editor, and editor in chief at the festival called Indiewines Bollywood Film Festival, and its producer Anupam Kumar, who runs the festival in his native Bengaluru, announced a partnership with Indiewis Sundarban Film Festival and Indias Indian Film Foundation.
This will enable the festival to present its films on its screens in the Indian Film section of Indiewise.
Indiewins Bollywood, which was launched in 2008, has become the largest Bollywood festival in the world, with more than 100 films.
In a statement, Indiewice’s executive director Ramesh Singh told reporters, “We are excited to announce that FilmIndies Bollywood Festival will present its first indian film at its festival in 2019.
The collaboration between FilmIndices Bollywood and Indies Sundarbani Film Foundation is a great example of the strength of india cinema and the cultural and creative power of indian cinema.
The Bollywood-Indie collaboration will also allow Indiewises audience to experience the films on our screens.”